‘Baroque n (Sushi) Roll’ with Anthony Hewitt, piano, at Café Yukari, Kew

Acclaimed concert pianist Anthony Hewitt will give a recital of popular Baroque masterpieces in the intimate, friendly setting of Café Yukari, Kew. As space is very limited, early booking is recommended.

Tickets £18

Homemade sushi (not included in ticket price)


A remarkably gifted artist – Gramophone

Anthony Hewitt is regarded as one of Britain’s most gifted pianists, and, since winning the prestigious William Kapell Competition in Washington D.C., has enjoyed a prolific performing career spanning two decades, including concerto appearances with the National Symphony Orchestra in the U.S.A., and the English Chamber Orchestra at London’s Royal Festival Hall. He has given eight recitals at Wigmore Hall and received critical acclaim for recordings on Naxos, Divine Art, and Champs Hill Records, and recently recorded for Decca.

He enjoys a diverse musical life as festival director, professor of piano at Birmingham Conservatoire, and chamber musician; the latest CD of his trio (Dimension Piano Trio), was described in The Sunday Times as “played with a rare richness and depth”.

Cabaret Beyond Borders at Café Yukari, Kew

from Paris and Berlin to Zurich, Vienna, Budapest and Moscow….

Elena dtm Lorenzi – vocals
Stefano Marzanni – piano

International duo Elena Lorenzi and Stefano Marzanni take us on a journey into the fascinating world of cabaret from Parisian bistros to decadent 1930’s Berlin, and the underground clubs of Budapest, Vienna, Zurich and Moscow.

Accompanied by the charismatic pianist Stefano Marzanni, Elena Lorenzi is not only a great singer and performer but also a passionate cabaret curator, dedicated to telling the real story – from lyrical romance and love, to dark, biting satire, politics and existentialist reflections on the meaning of life.

In Cabaret Beyond Borders Elena and Stefano bring to life songs made famous by Edith Piaf and Dalida, from the satire of Mischa Spoliansky to the revolutionary spirit of Kurt Weill and the dynamic French chansons of Léo Ferré.

Tickets £18 each


**Please note this is a very small venue and early booking is recommended**

“Those smokey, stylish Parisian jazz clubs and edgy pre-war Berlin cabarets…..truly come to life again in Classic Cabaret” (audience member at debut show)

“atmospheric, stirring and deeply moving” (audience member)

Much more than a concert of cabaret songs, Elena Lorenzi, described at her last concert in the Jazz Room at the Bulls Head, as “a star in the making“, accompanied by Stefano Marzanni, is not only a great singer and performer, she is also passionate about the history of cabaret, and is dedicated to telling the real story – from lyrical romance and love to dark biting satire, politics and existentialist reflections on the meaning of life